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GERMAN-CFP-L  June 2003

GERMAN-CFP-L June 2003

Subject:

CFP: Time and Memory (UK) (7/30/03; 7/25/04-7/31/04)

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Stefani Engelstein <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 26 Jun 2003 15:58:01 -0500

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>From: Nimisha Ladva <[log in to unmask]>
>
>The International Society for the Study of Time
>
>Twelfth Triennial Conference: ́Time and Memoryî
>
>Clare College, Cambridge, UK
>July 25-31, 2004
>
>Deadline for submissions: July 30, 2003
>
>CALL FOR PAPERS
>
>The theme of the Society's twelfth conference is Time
>and Memory. Memory plays an important role in fields
>across the disciplinary spectrum as well as several
>strands of contemporary life and culture.
>
>In the face of rapid change in the cosmological,
>ecological, geopolitical, technological, cultural and
>individual landscapes, the topic of memory takes on
>special urgency.  New understandings of memory
>emerge in fields ranging from neuroscience and
>evolutionary biology to geology and cosmology.
>Technological forms of memory raise pressing
>social and political issues, amid shifts in our
>collective means and modes of memory.  Competing
>accounts of history and personal identity
>foreground the role of narrative in shaping human
>memory.
>
>The Society therefore solicits contributions to the
>study of Time and Memory understood in its widest
>sense.  Presentation/paper proposals are called for
>from all fields of scholarly investigation and all
>forms of creative expression. Diverse formats are
>welcome: scholarly paper, cross-disciplinary panel
>discussion, debate, performance/overview of
>creative work, installations, workshop, poster.  All
>work is to be presented in English.
>
>Some possible Themes in the field of Time and Memory:
>Memory and Neuroscience
>Architecture and Memory
>Memory and Perception
>Memory and Community
>Memory and Consciousness
>Memory Across Cultures
>Memes and Genes
>Genocide and Cultural Memory
>Hierarchical Structure and Memory
>Monuments and History
>Cosmological Memory
>Memory and Planning
>Organic/Inorganic Memory
>Memory and Narrative
>Quantum Memory
>Memory and/of the Future
>Memory in Ecosystems
>Memory and the Image
>Memory and Forgetting
>False Memories
>Computers and Memory
>Long-/Short-Term Memory
>
>Proposals should be approximately 300 words in length,
>and include the presenter's field of specialization
>and academic/professional affiliation.  Electronic
>submission of proposals is preferred via email
>to [log in to unmask] Proposals may otherwise be
>mailed in triplicate to:
>
>Dr. Thomas Weissert, Executive Secretary
>P.O. Box 436
>Wynnewood, PA  19096, USA
>
>The deadline for submission is July 30th, 2003.
>Conference participants must be ISST members.  For
>membership information and application procedures,
>visit our website or contact Dr. Weissert at the above
>address.  Membership includes subscriptions to the
>ISST house organ Time's News, the ISST newsletter, and
>the journal KronoScope: Journal for the Study of Time.
>
>The Society also seeks session chairs, whose names
>will be included on the printed program.
>
>About the ISST and the 2004 Conference Location:
>The International Society for the Study of Time (ISST)
>encourages the interdisciplinary study of time in all
>its aspects.  Founded by J.T. Fraser, the ISST has
>held its triennial conferences since 1966 in locations
>across the globe.  The volumes in The Study of Time
>series comprise collected papers from the conferences.
>  The ISST also disseminates work through the
>associated publication KronoScope: Journal for the
>Study of Time (Brill).
>
>The unique character of intellectual exchange at ISST
>Conferences is vested in cross-disciplinary
>discussions spurred by participants from around the
>world and representing many different areas of
>specialization. The Society seeks always to hold its
>conferences in a location of memorable beauty and
>resonance.
>
>The 2004 Conference at Cambridge University will be
>based within the Old Court of Clare College, founded
>in 1326 and located in the center of the City,
>immediately beside the world-famous King's College
>Chapel. Clare's 300-year old drooping stone bridge
>across the river Cam is one of the iconic landmarks of
>the Cambridge "backs." Delegates will take their meals
>in Clare's 17th century dining Hall and stay in
>recently-modernized accommodations in the College's
>nearby Memorial Court.  The conference program will
>include a free day for sight-seeing in Cambridge with
>its many ancient colleges, chapels and libraries, and
>its magnificent Fitzwilliam Museum of Fine Art.
>
>The free day will conclude with a guided evening
>excursion to nearby Ely Cathedral, a landmark in
>English medieval architecture whose famous Gothic
>lantern has for centuries provided a beacon for
>travellers in the Cambridgeshire fens.
>

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